Rius Writing Styles in Marx for Beginners

Rius
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Marx for Beginners is written by Eduardo del Rio, under the pseudonym Rius. Rio is an internationally renowned caricaturist and editorial cartoonist. His work helped establish a new form of comic strips: the political and documentary cartoon book. He has received a number of awards for his work, including the 1968 Grand Prize of the International Salon of Caricature. He currently resides in Cuernavaca, Mexico.

Rio, or Rius, states very clearly in the preface of the book that he wants to use this work to introduce individuals to Marx. As Marx's works tend to be very dense and difficult for the average person to understand, many people avoid them and have never been exposed to Marx's actual writings and thought. While Marx's influence certainly extends across the globe, most people do not have a clear sense of what Marx thought or was trying to achieve. Thus, Rius wants to...

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